PresentaciónEuropean projectsPublic fundingprivate fundingSigned clinical trials  
European projects
COMBACT-CARE A new public-private funded project to combat carbapenem resistance IMI
EpiAD Effect of early and adult-life stress on the brain 
epigenome: relevance for the occurrence of Alzheimer’s Disease.
ENABLE European Gram-negative Antibacterial Engine  IMI
ERN RARE-LIVER European Reference Network on hepatological diseases  H2020
ERN TransplantChild 
(Coordinado  por el HULP)
European Reference Network on transplantation in children  EU Health Programme
  ERN-TransplantChild Support Core Systems for IT Platformsservices CEF TELECOM  
ID-EPTRI European Paediatric Translational Research Infrastructure H2020
iProcureSecurity Strategic Partnership of Emergency Medical Service Practitioners for Coordination of Innovation Procurement H2020     
NICOFA Nicotinamide for the treatment of Friedreich ataxia E-Rare  
ORTHOUNION ORTHOpedic randomized clinical trial with expanded bone marrow MSC and bioceramics versus autograft in long bone nonUNIONs  H2020
qMAR  Quantification of the intestinal load of a targeted set of resistance genes to Monitor Antibiotic Resistance in paediatric transplant patients H2020-MSCA
Implementing SAPHetydoc for the wide adoption of eINvoicing 
VIRUSCAN Optomechanics for Virology  H2020
Clinical validation of miniature wearable dialysis machine  

Impulso a la participación en H2020 de IdiPAZ
MINECO – Europa Redes y Gestores
Last November the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness notified the final resolution approving the project "Promoting the participation in H2020 of IdiPAZ- H2020PAZ" presented in the call “Europa Redes y Gestores 2017”.

The final aim of the project H2020PAZ is to encourage and facilitate the participation of IdiPAZ researchers in European research, technological development and innovation programs, making possible the coordination and leadership of large projects that improve the rates of success and return of the institute.

In this sense, the H2020PAZ project has two main objectives: to consolidate and expand the current structure of the Internationalization Platform of IdiPAZ and to encourage the participation of the research groups of the institute in international research programs - especially H2020-, technological development and innovation, by the different tasks and activities defined in this proposal.

In order to achieve these main objectives, the project is structured into four task groups with their respective sub-tasks and activities directly related to the specific objectives identified. The task groups are: Awareness raising and training; Participation in proposals; Foreign promotion; and Project Management.

H2020PAZ will have a duration of 2 years, being the estimated date of beginning on January 1st, 2017 and ending date on December 31st, 2018.